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between israel and jordan. does that come to play with something you said. >> another excellent question. three home run questions from three freshmen. [laughter] the united states is very 0 supportive of efforts in the middle east to try to work out some of the challenges to the production and exporting of energy. and i think you know from having been in israel, israel has made some significant finds of natural gas off the coastline, and there's also the potential for such new energy sources off of cypress, off of lebanon, and we have been urging diplomatically that everybody work out their boundaries, that gets me back to one of the points i was making because there's often overlapping claimant -- -- claims and unless they're resolved stand in the way of the commercial exemployeation of whatever the reserves night be. it's in everyone's interest to try to make sure. everybody know where the boundaries are and people are able to let contracts that will be legally recognized in order to see what potential is available. similarly with respect to the pipeline, as you know, the pipeline fro
of the future. we are the once we have been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the environment is us, it is our wombs, our breast milk and families. our children to thrive in our bodies, unpolluted. the beauty industry and on to the next clean up project, the plastic industry, oil and war industries, too until there are no more toxic chemicals in babies, no more rocket fuel in breast milk or communities burdened by pollution. that is the work before us and that is what we are here to do and thank you so much for joining me for beauty and make over.
been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the environment is us, it is our wombs, our breast milk and families. our children to thrive in our bodies, unpolluted. the beauty industry and on to the next clean up project, the plastic industry, oil and war industries, too until there are no more toxic chemicals in babies, no more rocket fuel in breast milk or communities burdened by pollution. that is the work before us and that is what we are here to do and thank you so much for joining me for beauty and make over. on the same page is our monthly actually bimonthly book club that the library sponsors. this month, march, the book of the month is the samari gardens. how many are you have read this book in >> that's fabulous and gale is blushing in front of me. it's my pleasure to introduce gale. gale was born and raised in san francisco. her combined ancestory a chinese mother from hong kong and japanese father from hawaii gave her a unique asspect much the language of threads, dreaming water and others. please, help
. what i'd say to you is don't try to fight the election for the last two weeks. >> reporter: jordan zimmerman founded what has become the 14th largest ad agency in the country. he says retailers have plenty of time to launch holiday campaigns, which traditionally reach full speed around black friday. and by then, those election ads will be a memory. >> the advantage is most retailers are smart today and they realize, you're going to buy after the election because people are so spontaneous and so late in shopping that you want to have a bigger impact. >> reporter: but advertisers might actually be a little sorry to see this campaign season end. they point to studies that find regular commercials do better in an election because consumers get tired of all the attack ads. darren gersh, "n.b.r.," washington. >> susie: once those ad campaigns kick into high gear consumers may be ready to spend. as we mentioned earlier in the program, the latest data shows consumer sentiment in october is at its highest level in five years. one new product likely to be at the top of everyone's shopping li
out the triangle, and it's baptism. we happened to just arrive at the river jordan - not really headed there for any reason - we got to the river jordan, where, of course, jesus is baptized, and we see all these people there being baptized, and we say, "why are you doing it?" and it's because the myths, the story in the new testament speaks of baptism, jesus was baptized, they want to be baptized in the same spot. then we jump all the way half a world away to roy, washington, and speak to a fundamentalist baptist preacher who says exactly why he does it. and hopefully, this will show our triangle at work. so let's go to our roll-in on baptism and look for that dimensional triangle. ♪ god is so good, ♪ god is so good, ♪ he's so good to me ♪ god is so good, ♪ god is so good, >> personally, for me, we were talking earlier about how we were going to chicken out because it was so cold. but i'm really glad we did, that it not only reaffirms how i really believe, but the bible tells you to be baptized, and just to - like my father said - to do it here in jordan river is something re
and egypt and also the joint projects of energy resources in the middle east between israel and jordan and how that comes to play with everything you said. >> 3 home-run questions from three freshmen. [laughter] the united states is very supportive of efforts in the middle east to try to work out some of the challenges to the production and exporting of energy. and i think you know from having been in his real that israel has made some significant finds of natural gas off its coastline. potential forhe such new energy sources of cyprus, off the lead the non -- off of lebanon and we have been working diplomatically that everyone work out their boundaries. that is one of the points i was making. there's often overlapping claims and those overlapping claims, unless they are resolved, stand in the way of the commercial exploitation of what ever the reserves might be. so it is in everyone's interest to try to make sure that everybody knows where the boundaries are and people are then able to let contracts that legally recognized to see what potential is available. similarly, with respect to
such as saudi arabia, uae and jordan, and in 2008 he added libya to the expanding arc of activity. putin's goals were fourfold. number one, demonstrate russia was again a major power in the middle east and the world. number two, gain -- for projects while selling sophisticated products like nuclear reactors and railway systems. number three, as the cost and difficulty of extracting russian oil and natural gas grew to gain joint ventures in oil and natural gas extraction with countries like saudi arabia, iran, uae, libya and iraq. and number four and certainly very important, to prevent the arab states from aiding the islamic resistance movements in the north caucuses that were beginning to spread through the rest of russia. but keeping good ties with the sunni alignment in egypt and jordan and the shia group of hezbollah was not easy, especially as tensions rose between the two groups. this was to be increasingly clear with the onset of the arab spring. now, when you look initially at russian concerns with the arab spring, a, it could spread to russia which suffered some of the same problems as
donald's franchise and saved the sauce after a michael jordan burger promotion. he thinks it's the last bottle in existence. the winning bidder no surprise is from chicago. bank recommended the buyer though not eat the sauce. >> what do you do with it? stick it up on your manhattanle ? >> a knicknack? i don't know. >>> 5:25. breaking news. a criminal investigation into a fire in castro valley. we'll have a live report coming up. >> and a terror plot foiled. a man busted trying to blow up the federal reserve building in new york. how an undercover sting exposed the plan. >> did you see it? a massive meteor makes its way across the bay area. is the star show over? i'll tell you after the break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, the crimin >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> right now, sheriff deputies surrounding a home in castro valley. the criminal investigation into a fire there. >> and we're watching a couple of new accidents just coming in, including one on the approach to the san mateo bridge toll plaza. a rollover crash and a new injury accident along the peninsula. traffic com
think you will see with elite level athletes, players like kobe bryant, tom brady, michael jordan, they are driven by championships. that's what was so disheartening about the whole a-rod -- stuart: yankees could actually owe him some bonuses if he hits certain milestones. that was a terrible business deal. you don't think that will inhibit others from making 3 similar long-term deals? >> i think you will see teems be wary -- teams be wary about signing players on the north side of 30 realize as they progress in their careers as they get older the productivity is going to decline. but at the same time when you have teams that are large market teams that can afford to pay the luxury tax, they will play to their strengths. they will try to outspend, sign elite level talent, beat the the small market teams. stuart: so it is worth it to the yankees. i believe this was a steinbrenner deal from way back. >> it was. in 2011 they paid almost 14 million dollars. stuart: it's worth it for a team, a marquee team to get marquee name star players? it's worth it, no matter what they have to pa
of jordan last month, we discussed the importance of continuing reforms to move his country toward more democracy and prosperity. so in all of these placings, and many others, the united states is helping the people of those nations chart their own destinies and realize the full measure of their own human dignity. dignity is a word that means many things to different people in cultures. but it does speak to something universal in all of us, as one egyptian observed in the wake of the country's revolution, freedom and dignity are more important than food and water when you eat in humiliation, you can't taste the food. but dignity does not come from avenging perceived insult especially with violence that can never be justified. it comes from taking responsibility for one's self and community. if you look around the world today, those countries focus on fostering growth ran grievance are pulling ahead. building schools instead of burning them, investment in the peoples' creativity not encouraging their rage. empowering women not excluding them. opening their economies and societies to more
together since 1986. first quarter, cameron coffman picked by jordan drink. to the end zone, touchdown. third quarter, darius flaven, what we expect out of navy, running and scoring, touchdown, in he goes. mids up 21-20. fourth quarter, back comes indiana. coffman, shane wynn over the middle, big play set up a short touchdown rain. taking the lead. just over two minutes to play, kennan reynolds play-action, throwing it, worked beautifully. matt akin wide open. navy's third consecutive victory. towson suffered its second ceaa loss saturday night. old dominion knocking off the tigers 31-20. morgan state bumming on saturday, the bears dropped a heartbreaker to howard in d.c., 21-20. morgan went for two with two minutes remaining, a gutsy call on the road that backfired. it is a ravens' game day. we will have all that broken down for you at 6:00 and ravens wrap-up after "sunday night football." >> baltimore is pulling out all the stops to fight homelessness. city officials put together an event geared towards educating people about homelessness in city and mobilizing them to do something a
and medium enterprises in egypt, jordan, mori row koa, and yemen. partners work together to provide functional expertise and technical assistance to foster growth, improve job creation, and improve and create our jobs economic development. the overseas private investment corporation committed or improved more than in insurance and transportation, finance, ict and franchising as well as support for small and medium enterprises. now, well before the arab spring, of course, as you know, the u.s. was engaged in economic development in the region. in 2007, for example, the challenge corporation started a five year, $700 million compact with morocco to simulate economic growth in investments in projects that rangedded from small scale fisheries to financial services and enterprise support. the ncc remains an active player in the region with a recent $275 million compact with jordan and a planned program to address the main con straints of tunisia's economic growth. i could go on and talk about the fund created and the egyptian enterprise fund, but, in fact, our weakened efforts are not li
, threatening turkey, jordan, iraq. more and more militants are coming in who are not syrians who are taking over what was originally a much more pluralist liberal opposition. people are predicting up to a ten-year civil war. this is a humanitarian disaster. it is horrific morally and devastating to us strategically. we should -- the united states should act with the countries in the region to create a no-fly zone to protect people. there are lots of risks but the risks to nonaction are far, far greater. americans don't want to hear it. >> i will take a lot of persuading on the no-fly zone to convince me. david court wright. >> there is no plan for ending the war in afghanistan. the president says we'll be out by -- biden says yes for sure. they're planning to keep lots of troops there. the more important thing is how are we actually going to end the war in such a manner to prevent the killing from continuing? how do we work with the people of afghanistan so get a more accountable representative government that isn't just warlords and isn't taken over by the taliban? we need to be engaged in
was standing in terms of putting religion on the table. i made several interventions with jordan and italy. i believe that the conversation has begun. the first cut in going forward is doing what we are doing today and putting government, religion, and politics on the table. we are planting seeds for the future. i think we have made a lot of headway with strategic of dialogue. i would hope at some point, this panel and i could travel together so it is not just of a government. the government goes with congress. i think at some point in the future we might want to go together and begin to really show them a paradigm that has not been done before. we are on our way. >> for the invitation. [laughter] >> we have a lot of questions and the time is quickly marching on. i will ask you to run around a little bit. you might want to be on the center aisle so we can capture some of these questions before we leave at noon. >> i will make it really quick. one of the elements and i think is lacking in the discussion, we talk about the u.s. government and civil society. we do not talk much about the behavio
of weapons that they need are the saudis and from others through jordan and others and the supply sources that they are ref receiving. so there was, there is a sense that there they are not yet getting the kinds of capabilities to go after aircraft in particular. they want shoulder fired antiaircraft weapons thats could go after syrian, the syrian airports which has been one of the important instruments of repression and one at which the small arms that free syrian army has are not appropriate again but i think this notion of that there are reports, there have been reports that the cia is working with turkish intelligence to insure that some of the weapons that are crossing from the turkish side of the border at least are not reaching the al qaeda and other jihaddist forces but it is a very difficult game. and as david's own story and piece suggest that's the pourous border. there had been before the conflict. there was vis-a-vis travel. many sir yips came to turkey to go shopping regularly and more modern malls and attract the stores there, so it is, and it remans a fairly pourous border
to the maties and held discussions with 14 leaders in the region, turkey, israel jordan and iraq. i've been to all of those countries, most of the more than once. my name is than to make sure that we are all prepared with options for the challenges ahead. both the near-term issues in iran and syria and longer-term issues resulting from the arab spring. there are some countries i have not visited yet but i plan to. china and india are high on my list and so is russia. you know i have not yet visited moscow i have had several productive meetings with my russian counterpart nikolai mccarver of in washington d.c., europe and by video teleconference several times. i could go on but as you can tell i'm working hard on my friends list. one final thought. during all of these travels our servicemen and women are always for most of my thoughts. they and their families have been through a lot. they are an inspiration. i saw this when i was honored to go to london to the united states delegation to the paralympics. are athletes, especially the wounded warriors, 20 of the 200 were wounded warriors, defi
, it was the consolidation of israel's stranglehold on western air of israel the side of the jordan. his major asset being perfect american accent and his american football the cavalry. bv did not see himself only as an israeli leader. his self-perception is of a israeli-american political maestro with a single constituency, divided into two parts, one on the shores of the -- and one between the two shining sees of this hemisphere. i doubt if the vcs and the limits to his bipartisan plausibility in this country. why should he? considering how often and how easily he has outmaneuvered and outmatched first clinton and now obama. iran's nuclear program does pose a threat to israel's nuclear monopoly. it does pose a threat to israel's superpower, regional superpower status. what is this not to is pose an existential threat to israel. that it does not do and that military and intelligence establishments of israel know this. bp bebe's focus on iran's nuclear program is a monstrous red herring. he needs to divert attention from his top priority. what is his top priority? his top priority is his unfinished scient
at a karaoke bar known for offering customers a love connection. >> i texted howard jordan when i saw the report last night, and we'll look into it. >> ktvu investigation also found port of oakland officials spent $4500 at a houston strip club and other questionable expenses. >>> for the first time ever, an audit addressing bullying in schools is now under way, but the results won't be back for months. lawmaker ricardo laura pushed for the audit in the wake of high profile bullying cases. it's the first of it's kind audit. >> to see if the teachers even know what the rules are, know what the laws are, and actually talk to students and parents to see if they understand what their rights are. >> in the meantime, the mother of the girl being beaten in this video earlier this year in vallejo says her daughter is still recovering. she is now trying to gather 500,000 signatures on a petition that she's posted on change.org. shechts to take that to congress. she's also fighting to get restitution. she'll be in court on monday. >>> san francisco city college -- the move will save the school $
, the fifth anniversary of the last al qaeda in jordan when suicide bombers targeted three hotels where many foreign diplomats stayed. >> the 45-year-old ex-marine who opened at a spa was targeting his estranged wife. three were killed but police haven't said if zena is among them. the suspected shooter was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the spa. >>> boys are hitting puberty earlier. the reason why is a bit of a mystery. they say boys are showing signs six months to two years earlier than was reported in earlier research. which found puberty generally starting at 11 1/2. experts say this isn't a cause for alarm. >>> in baseball it is going the distance, the san francisco giants forcing a decisive game seven in the national league championship series with a 6-1 win over the cardinals. giants pitcher ryan vogelsong shut done the cards with nine strikeouts. game seven in san francisco. the winner will face off against the detroit tigers in the world series which starts wednesday. >>> in less than two hours we will find out if lance armstrong will lose his title. we'll have
or is it going to be like iraq, jordan, bolivia, you know, the question answers itself. so the conditional probability that china will avoid the middle-income front is much higher than 50, 60 in three quarters when. so the notion that china i just don't think is likely at least if it reaches 50, 55% of the u.s. standards of living. yes, there is aging. it's a problem, but i think my number, my projection of 6.5% takes into account aging and as i said, there are lots of things china can do to overcome because it is very hard to avoid this problem. i forgot to mention that american boosters and u.s. boosters and china deniers say japan had this bubble, japan slowed down, china is in the same situation. and i say that that is fundamentally a long and how much because when china -- when japan reached that state in the late 80's and early 90's, japan was at the standard of living close to that. so, the scope for catch up to japan had was over. china is about 25%, so china japan and now what she is just plain wrong so it is related to the aging plant, so the demography's on the way that, but equ
violence erupting in jordan and, of course, the skirmishes that have continued for weeks between syria and turkey. all of this has led traders to focus not only on the possible disruption to production, but the oil transportation routes there. particularly going through syria to turkey and exported out there by the port of sehan. we're looking at the ct this could have on brent crude. it supported prices above that $110 a barrel mark, we are looking at crude falling below that level and more of an impact on what is happening here in the u.s. market spilling over into the brent crude market. in the u.s. here, we are continuing to watch for the restart of the keystone pipeline. we've just spoken to transcanada, that is supposed to happen some time today. it had been pushed back from the re-start of saturday. and, of course, it's been down since wednesday. this is 590,000 barrels per day. and that is something the traders are most focused on. and a big reason why wtis near the lows of the session. >> before i let you go, some investors may see some headlines today suggesting that gas pric
, portugal? or will it be like jordan, poland, bolivia, kind of the question answers itself. so the conditional probability that china will avoid the middle income trap is much higher and one in three. it's 50, 60, three chords. i mean, southern ocean that china will fall in the middle income crowd i just don't think it's likely, at least until china reaches 50, 55% of your standard of living. roughly where korea is today. yes, there is 18. it's a problem but i think -- aging. as i said, there's lots of things that china can do to overcome because it's still very poor to avoid this problem. i forgot to mention that, you know, america booster, u.s. boosters and china always draw japan and algae and say, you know, japan had this bubble, japan slow down, china is same situation. i think that is fundamentally ironic analogy because when china -- when japan penn state in the late '80s, early nights, japan was at u.s. standard of living, or close to the. so the scope for ketchup japan had was over. china is still at about 25% so there's tremendous scope, so china, japan and algae is j
, there are problems with syria, jordan is becoming destabilized, lebanon is controlled by hezbollah which is a terrorist organization. the fact of the matter is, we have to be very, very careful to insure that our ally, the most reliable ally that we have and the only democracy in a very dangerous part of the world, has the tools that they need in order to keep their people safe. .. there is no furnace. what happened in egypt, what happened in libya it took them weeks to decide it was a terrorist attack. i'm concerned because israel needs our help. israel needs our support and i stand behind them. >> moderator: you have one minute. berkley: thank you very much. this is an issue very important to me. i have spent considerable time on middle east peace. the fact of the matter is what i disagreed with the president i was the first one on either side of the aisle to express my differences, and in no uncertain terms. but let me turn this around for a little bit and talk to you about things that we don't hear. this administration with my health trumped up the israeli military by $200 million th
with 14 leaders in the region; turkey, israel, jordan and iraq. i've been to all those countries, most of them more than once. my aim has been to make sure that we're all prepared with options for the challenges ahead, both the near-term issues in iran and in syria and longer-term issues resulting from the arab spring. there are some countries i haven't visited yet, but i plan to. china and india are high on my list, and so is russia. even though i've not yet visited miss cow, i have had several -- moscow, i have had several productive meetings with my russian counterpart here in washington, d.c., in europe and by video teleconference several times. i could go on. as you can tell, i'm working hard on my friends list. one final thought. during all of these travels, our servicemen and women are always foremost in my thoughts. they and their families have been through a lot. they are an inspirational bunch. i saw this when i was honored to go to london as the head of the united states delegation to the paraolympics. our athletes, especially the wounded warriors -- 20 of the 200 were wound
jordan in his monday speech. what he didn't talk about and that was a strategic partnership agreement that the administration has the go shade with the afghan government which will keep american soldiers in afghanistan until 2024. do you have a sense of what the minimum number of going forward? >> let me clarify a couple of things. there are more than a few administrative folks here who would say that was not the focal point on afghanistan. i was involved but i share the credit with many, many others who probably had more influence than i did. the first i would like to make about afghanistan and the big difference between mr. romney and mr. obama is that mr. obama said the deadline, period. i was in kabul in december of 2009 when mr. obama made that speech, and i was talking to isaf people, the people from the international force, you know the people who are out there getting shot at from other countries, not just our own. to a man and a woman, and there are women there, they have all almost took no notice of the surge statement. what they noticed was the deadline, and what our pakis
several interventions with jordan and italy, and suddenly the conversation has begun. and so i think the first step in terms of going forward is doing we are doing today and begin to really put religion in government on the table. so the conversation has begun. we are planting seeds for the future but i think we have made a lot of headway with strategic dialogue. but i would hope at some point this panel and i can travel together so it's not just a government, so we have government goes with congress to a state department might go with congress, but i think at some point in future we might want to go together, so sold -- civil society and government and showed him a paradigm that has not been done before. so we are on our way. >> did you get a good shot? [laughter] >> we have a lot of questions, and time is quickly marching on. i'm going to ask you to run around. you might want to be in the center isle so we can capture the last equation and try to answer them all before we leave at noon. spent i'm from the state department. one of the things, element i think some black in the discus
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